Glywysing

Glywysing was, from the sub-Roman period through to the Early Middle Ages, a petty kingdom in south-east Wales. Its people were descended from the Iron Age tribe of the Silures.

Read more about Glywysing:  Location and Etymology, Part of The Kingdom of Morgannwg

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Glamorgan - History - Morgannwg - History AD 500–1080
... The region originated as an independent petty kingdom named Glywysing, believed to be named after a 5th century Welsh king called Glywys, who is said to ... known as "Morgan Mwynfawr" ('great in riches') who united Glywysing with the neighbouring kingdoms of Gwent and Ergyng, although some have argued for the similar 10th century ruler Morgan Hen ... It is possible it was only the union of Gwent and Glywysing that was referred to as Morgannwg ...
List Of Rulers Of Wales - Morgannwg - Glywysing
480–523), cantref of Glywysing Pawl, son of Glywys, ruler of Penychen (c. 480–540), cantref of Glywysing Mechwyn, son of Glywys, ruler of Gorfynydd (c. 480–c.500), cantref of Glywysing Cadoc, son of Gwynllyw, ruler of Gwynllwg (523–560) and Penychen (540–560), died without heirs Tewdrig, son of Teithfallt (490 – 493/517) Meurig King of Gwent is left ...
Cwmcarn - Pre-industrial History
... century AD when the Kingdoms of Gwent and Glywysing were established ... as the land between the River Usk and the River Wye and Glywysing, the land between the River Usk and the River Tawe ... valleys meet, being situated within the Welsh Kingdom of Glywysing ...
Glywysing - Part of The Kingdom of Morgannwg
... Glywysing seems to have been a sub-kingdom or principality of the Kingdom of Morgannwg, along with Gwent ... After the death of Morgan Hen, Gwent and Glywysing were separated again from 974 to 1055, but Glywysing alone was often referred to as Morgannwg ... death in 1063, Morgannwg, the union between Gwent and Glywysing, was reconstituted ...
Tewdrig
... was a king of the post-Roman Kingdom of Glywysing ... Gwent (the southeastern part of modern Monmouthshire), though it states that he was a king of Glywysing ... histories of the kingdoms of Gwent and Glywysing are intertwined, and he may have ruled both kingdoms ...